This Video Explores Fascinating, Unique 24-Hour Music Hack Projects from Music Tech Fest Berlin

Ben Heck’s video showcases the best of the Berlin MusicTechFest Hack Camp, a 24 hour challenge where teams build incredible machines and systems for musicians in one day.  

Element14 recently uploaded a video of their Ben Heck Show at the hackathon at MTF Berlin #MTF Hack Camp. It shows a what happened at the hackathon as well as some of the projects in-depth.

If you’re at all interested in music and audio hacks, DIY, electronics, etc, then this video is well worth watching. You never know, you might see something here that’ll give you an idea on tools you’d like to use to make music!

Also, you’ll notice author, Liam Lacey, popping up between shots and the eagle-eyed amongst you might catch a glimpse of his awesome toy piano turned digital synthesizer which you can read more about here.

Liam won the Element14 music hack contest prior to MTF, so we assume he's there checking his email?

Liam won the Element14 music hack contest prior to MTF, so we assume he's there checking his email?

Liam is also writing an article on how he created his digital synth from a toy piano which will be published here at AskAudio in a week or so. Stay tuned!

Here's some more shots from the event:

You might also be interested to read our roundup of MusicTechFest by Noah Pred who visited the event on day one.

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